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Public Address 03/04/06 - It's Grim In Mt Eden

PUBLIC ADDRESS 03/04/06 - It's Grim in Mt Eden

It's grim in Mt Eden | Apr 03, 2006 10:51
Russell Brown's Hard News

Last week I accepted an invitation from Telecom to come in and hear their side of the story on what they're doing with the network, and particularly on the thorny issue of contention rates. I'll write it up in more detail at some point, but the gist of it is...,


New Zealand's Leading Linguist Discusses Public Address | Apr 03, 2006 08:57
GUEST: David Haywood on the wire

There are few things I enjoy more than sitting down and reading Frank Haden's journalism. He is, of course, renowned for his balanced and insightful political writing. But, frankly, if you'll pardon the pun, I think I enjoy his linguistics column Words Worth even more...,

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